Scarring from necrosis in the donor area secondary to poor FUE (photo)

This patient had too many FUEs performed too close and possibly with instruments that were too large for the process. Necrosis (skin death) is a complication seen in the inexperienced, over ambitious hands of inexperienced doctors or technicians who should not be doing FUE.  I expect this complication to be more and more common in the coming years and more and more providers enter the FUE business without adequate training. The only tre)atment for this is Scalp Micropigmentation, which will work well provided that the patient keeps his hair very short (see:

scarring from necrosis

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